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Nakamichi NK 5 37-in. Bluetooth Soundbar w/ Wired Subwoofer + $50.00 SYW Points

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Nakamichi NK 5 37-in. Bluetooth Soundbar w/ Wired Subwoofer + $50.00 SYW Points
$84.99 after Coupon
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  • Number of Speakers: Full Range x2, Sub-woofer x 1
  • Output Connection Details: Wired Sub woofer output
  • Item Weight: approx. 11 lbs
  • Inputs/Outputs: Optical Input x1, 3.5Φ Audio (R & L) in x1, Bluetooth Input.
  • Driver Details: 2.5" Full Range x2
  • Surround Sound: Yes
  • Power: 30W & 60W
  • 1 year limited warranty
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Nakamichi NK 5 37-in. Bluetooth Soundbar w/ Wired Subwoofer + $50.00 Shop Your Way Points - $99.99 - $15.00 coupon code "MAXSOCIAL75" = $84.99 with free shipping at Sears. Coupon code is for Shop Your Way members only.

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  • Number of Speakers: Full Range x2, Sub-woofer x 1
  • Output Connection Details: Wired Sub woofer output
  • Item Weight: approx. 11 lbs
  • Inputs/Outputs: Optical Input x1, 3.5Φ Audio (R & L) in x1, Bluetooth Input.
  • Driver Details: 2.5" Full Range x2
  • Surround Sound: Yes
  • Power: 30W & 60W
  • 1 year limited warranty 

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Just returned from my local store where I exchanged the crappy used parts-missing demo unit for a NIB one. I spoke with... (more)

labboypro (Jul. 24, 2014 @ 11:17a) |

Got mine today. Mine appears to be working accordingly.

The radio and bluetooth are working. Note, it only comes with FM,... (more)

wtfu (Jul. 24, 2014 @ 6:17p) |

If you've jacked the TV's audio out RCAs into the soundbar's audio in RCAs, you should have sound.

labboypro (Jul. 24, 2014 @ 6:22p) |

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not a bad deal.. i have a $10/ $50 coupon which makes it even better

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squanderer said:   not a bad deal.. i have a $10/ $50 coupon which makes it even better
  
The $10/50 is unlikely to stack with OP's coupon.  However, if you have a "points back" coupon (such as 10k points/$50), that will stack with OP coupon.

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You can NOT use points to pay for it as you will then not get the 50K, as this is not CVS style where you get points no matter how you paid for it.

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tonysavealot said:   You can NOT use points to pay for it as you will then not get the 50K, as this is not CVS style where you get points no matter how you paid for it.
  
That is not quite correct.  Regular SYWR'ers roll points every day.  The only case where your assertion is true is if you spend ONLY points to make a purchase.  When you spend ANY amount in new money (even a penny), you get all advertised points.  See attached screenshot of my checkout of this very item.  Points have already been posted to my SYWR account.



 

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I have 36k in points and its allowing me to use them, the $15 off $75 and get the 50k points for a later purchase. This has been discussed before, so long as you pay for some of the order and not entirely with points it works. I'm not going to purchase this but just set it up to see if it will allow it and give the points. It says it will. As always take a screen shot and if it doesn't give you what it says call SWY and have them fix it.

 

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labboypro said:   
tonysavealot said:   You can NOT use points to pay for it as you will then not get the 50K, as this is not CVS style where you get points no matter how you paid for it.
  
That is not quite correct.  Regular SYWR'ers roll points every day.  The only case where your assertion is true is if you spend ONLY points to make a purchase.  When you spend ANY amount in new money (even a penny), you get all advertised points.  See attached screenshot of my checkout of this very item.  Points have already been posted to my SYWR account.



 

  ohhh. thanks for the screen shot.  Maybe I should add this to my Roebucks card and get it. 
wait. I don't have a TV yet...

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my4mainecoons said:   
wait. I don't have a TV yet...


You're almost there.


  

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Please note Shopdiscover 10%CB will be VOIDED because a coupon is being used.

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wtfu said:   Please note Shopdiscover 10%CB will be VOIDED because a coupon is being used.
  but you'll still get FW Cash Back
 

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This sound quality is not as good as Energy power one. You get what you pay for.

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Kujira said:   You get what you pay for.
  
I'll be they sound better than the $25-35 we're paying for them.
 

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Kujira said:   This sound quality is not as good as Energy power one. You get what you pay for.
  If you want to spend a little more you can get the Nakamichi NK-11 for $184 using the $10 points when you spend $150 or more in addition to the $15 off $75 and get 111,850 points ($111.85) to use on a future purchase.

or

the Nakamichi NK-22 for $284 using the $10 points when you spend $150 or more in addition to the $15 off $75 and get 112,850 points ($112.85) to use on a future purchase.

just sayin....  
 

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Poor Nakamichi, it's like seeing van Gogh doing caricatures on the boardwalk

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Thank you Sarah, My point also, for a little more is quite an investment.... IT is a NAKAMICHI, unlike some of the other brands out there...I have it and it makes a world of difference on the Black Friday Special LG 47' I bought... great picture,poor sound..Nakamichi took care of that

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FYI, Looks like there is a quick expiration on the bonus points. My SYWR accounts says "50000 points expiring on 08/09/2014"...

Edit: I see the expiration reminder at the top of the page when I log in to Sears.com. Also, reported on SD.
 

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maddybeagle said:   FYI, Looks like there is a quick expiration on the bonus points. My SYWR accounts says "50000 points expiring on 08/09/2014"...

Edit: I see the expiration reminder at the top of the page when I log in to Sears.com.

  
I'm curious if these are connected to the OP's deal.  You can see in my screenshots posted earlier that I earned $60.05 in points on this deal... but logging onto Sears.com, then going to My Profile, then My Shopping Overview, then scroll down on right, it says I have 50,000 points expiring 08/09/14.  If it was this deal, wouldn't it be 60,005?  I had not looked in this location before I did the OP deal so don't know what was there before (??)

 

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labboypro said:   
maddybeagle said:   FYI, Looks like there is a quick expiration on the bonus points. My SYWR accounts says "50000 points expiring on 08/09/2014"...

Edit: I see the expiration reminder at the top of the page when I log in to Sears.com.

  
I'm curious if these are connected to the OP's deal.  You can see in my screenshots posted earlier that I earned $60.05 in points on this deal... but logging onto Sears.com, then going to My Profile, then My Shopping Overview, then scroll down on right, it says I have 50,000 points expiring 08/09/14.  If it was this deal, wouldn't it be 60,005?  I had not looked in this location before I did the OP deal so don't know what was there before (??)

 

  Yes these product specific bonus points always expire 14-21 days after purchase. The only exception are the 100% back in SYM points for VIP offers.  The extra 10K you are seeing is probably from a SYW points coupon you also used which always expire 1 year from issuance. Also are you 100% certain you actually got the extra 10K ?  Your screen shot only shows the order confirmation page. I have seen MANY times where the Sears.com checkout page and order confirmation pages show one SYW point amount but a lower amount actually posts to your SYW account due to cancellation of ineligible duplicate coupons applied that were originally allowed or reconciliation due to the portion of your order that you used SYW VIP bonus points.  For example on this deal I order the NK-5s and the NK11 and used $21 in SYW points. I used the $15 coupon in the OP as well as a $10 in SYW points on any $50 purchase that was already loaded in my SYW account. My order confirmation showed I should receive 176000 SYW points but I was only awarded 165000 due to the proration of the $21 in SYW VIP bonus points redeemed.   Bottom line, the Sears.com order confirmation screen showing final SYW points awarded  for an order is meaningless to SYW CS.. SYW CS use to be very lenient and give you 10-20K courtesy CS SYW points every time you contact them for the frequent  Sears.com SYW point award order discrepancies but not any more. Now you have to wait a minimum of 21 days for points to reconcile and even then they will only accept the points award shown in your SYW Account & Order History page or your Sears.com/K-mart.com  email confirmation forwarded to them showing pending SYW points for an order(no screenshots accepted anymore). Even then they will only give you a "courtesy CS SYW points adjustment" once every 90 days regardless of how many missing points you claim.

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I've gotten in the habit of clicking the Points Earned when I check out.  For example, it will say I'm getting 40K back but when I click on Points Earned (or whatever it says) I'll only see 30k and I'll know something didn't work.
 

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cnIsfg said:   
Also are you 100% certain you actually got the extra 10K ?  Your screen shot only shows the order confirmation page. 

  
Yes, see the SECOND screenshot attached to my post above.  It's of my SYWR account showing the points applied to my account.  And my total points count (not shown) reflects the correct amount... and I have spent them on another purchase.

 

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labboypro said:   
cnIsfg said:   
Also are you 100% certain you actually got the extra 10K ?  Your screen shot only shows the order confirmation page. 

  
Yes, see the SECOND screenshot attached to my post above.  It's of my SYWR account showing the points applied to my account.  And my total points count (not shown) reflects the correct amount... and I have spent them on another purchase.

 

  Congrats! Plus spending SYW points ASAP is always a wise move.

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cnIsfg said:   
labboypro said:   
cnIsfg said:   
Also are you 100% certain you actually got the extra 10K ?  Your screen shot only shows the order confirmation page. 

  
Yes, see the SECOND screenshot attached to my post above.  It's of my SYWR account showing the points applied to my account.  And my total points count (not shown) reflects the correct amount... and I have spent them on another purchase.

 

  Congrats! Plus spending SYW points ASAP is always a wise move.

  What happens if you buy an item with points and return? 

Do you get a gift card, points back with same expiration or lose them?

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CreveCoeur said:   
cnIsfg said:   
labboypro said:   
cnIsfg said:   
Also are you 100% certain you actually got the extra 10K ?  Your screen shot only shows the order confirmation page. 

  
Yes, see the SECOND screenshot attached to my post above.  It's of my SYWR account showing the points applied to my account.  And my total points count (not shown) reflects the correct amount... and I have spent them on another purchase.

 

  Congrats! Plus spending SYW points ASAP is always a wise move.

  What happens if you buy an item with points and return? 

Do you get a gift card, points back with same expiration or lose them?
 

  Points supposedly go back on your SYW account within 21 days (well sometimes when everything works as designed.) The reality is that you will probably have to call SYW CS and get them manually reapplied.

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I used $29.xx in points and my order shows I will get $52.77 in points.  I used a Sears card for the balance but it didn't show any additional discount for using it - I sometimes get an additional 5% off with the Sears cc. 

I got this for a gift, plus I'm trying to rack up points to use for Gladiator garage stuff - I'm slowing organizing my garage with FW Gladiator deals.

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Was going to get this, so i can roll the rewards onto my next purchase, but sear's sign-in for sywr isn't working. No way i'm purchasing this without the $50 in rewards/discount

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Keep trying. The syw did the same thing to me.

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tonysavealot said:   You can NOT use points to pay for it as you will then not get the 50K, as this is not CVS style where you get points no matter how you paid for it.
Yeah, you are absolutely right...if you don't have SYWR, then, you won't get it.

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sarah said:   If you want to spend a little more you can get the Nakamichi NK-11 for $184 using the $10 points when you spend $150 or more in addition to the $15 off $75 and get 111,850 points ($111.85) to use on a future purchase.
or
the Nakamichi NK-22 for $284 using the $10 points when you spend $150 or more in addition to the $15 off $75 and get 112,850 points ($112.85) to use on a future purchase.

use the 10% back in pts with $100 purchase, instead of $10 pts with $150 purchase, YMMV check your accounts...

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add 10% CB at shopdiscover

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PM ME for coupon codes for electronics I have about 8 left

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psxzombie said:   
use the 10% back in pts with $100 purchase, instead of $10 pts with $150 purchase, YMMV check your accounts...

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add 10% CB at shopdiscover

  
Generally speaking, you can use both a %-off or $-off coupon AND a points-back coupon on a single order.

As for ShopDiscover CB, keep in mind, if you're rolling points, you won't get paid much from them because the card will only see the post-points price (ie, if you use $50 in points and only pay the $35 with Discover, you'll only get the CB on the $35... definitely better than a sharp stick in the eye, but don't make the mistake of over-calculating that return.

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Anyone has their order cancelled?

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gremlins718 said:   Anyone has their order cancelled?
 

I received my orders today. Ironically the NK5s are in a bigger box than the more expensive NK11s.
It appears these are shipping from Sears retail stores vs a Sears warehouse which might account for cancellations.. One of mine shipped from Bristol VA Sears Store and the other from a Lakeland Fl Sears store.. Both look like they were shipped by an inexperienced eBay seller vs a multibillion dollar retailer.  No packing slip or invoice was included with either order. (HaHa yesidonoitall would never have allowed that!) ) The UPS labels were printed on an inkjet printer and simply taped to the box. One of the inkjet printed UPS labels got wet and the address was complete unreadable.  It just goes to show that UPS does not use their labels for delivery.

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psxzombie said:   
sarah said:   If you want to spend a little more you can get the Nakamichi NK-11 for $184 using the $10 points when you spend $150 or more in addition to the $15 off $75 and get 111,850 points ($111.85) to use on a future purchase.
or
the Nakamichi NK-22 for $284 using the $10 points when you spend $150 or more in addition to the $15 off $75 and get 112,850 points ($112.85) to use on a future purchase.

use the 10% back in pts with $100 purchase, instead of $10 pts with $150 purchase, YMMV check your accounts...

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add 10% CB at shopdiscover

  Shopdiscover CB will be voided if a coupon is being used.

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MAXSOCIAL75 code appears to be DEAD

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no..i always get both CB and SYWR..
Bought a washer dryer set 2 weeks ago and got 150$ in discover Cash Back, along with SYWR points.

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kingno1 said:   no..i always get both CB and SYWR..
Bought a washer dryer set 2 weeks ago and got 150$ in discover Cash Back, along with SYWR points.

  
Of course, you get both.  They have nothing to do with one another.  If you'll re-read what I posted... if you are ROLLING existing SYWR points to pay for some of your purchase (as many of the regular SYWR'ers on this board do), then you WON'T get ShopDiscover CB on that part of the deal.  For example...

If you look back to my post here-- http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/1377949/m18589765/#m18... as an example , you will see that I used 89,000 points on my purchase, giving a final cash balance due of $1.07, which I paid with my Discover card.  ShopDiscover would only be paying me their CB on $1.07 because that is all that was charged to the card.  However, if you use other click-through sites, many pay out on the invoice total, which for me was $89.99.  10% ShopDiscover on $1.07 is far less than 3% (ebates, for example) CB on $89.99.

 

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I have also gotten ShopDiscover cash when using coupons.
 

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No Shopdiscover CB when using a coupon on Sears.com
Please read the following.





From Discover Card Customer ServiceDate Received: 07/23/2014 10:05 AM

Yes it will (void the Shopdiscover CashBack). Per the merchants Terms and Conditions, their Offer is not valid in combination with any offers found outside ShopDiscover. If the coupon you used was found on ShopDiscover's page, you will still qualify. It is only if you take advantage of a merchant offer found outside ShopDiscover.

We appreciate the opportunity to be of service. Thank you for choosing Discover.

Sincerely,

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wtfu said:   One question. My TV is not playing any sound via the sound bar and subwoofer.
My TV is connected to a Roku type of media player using HDMI. Also, connected to the Nakamichi via AUX. I went into the TV setting, changed the sound setting from "TV speaker" to "External speaker". Still no sound from the TV. Any idea?

  
If you've jacked the TV's audio out RCAs into the soundbar's audio in RCAs, you should have sound.

 

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